Restaurants in Portsmouth
There is a variety of restaurants in Portsmouth to suit all tastes and budgets. Whether you're after some hearty pub grub, a fine dining experience or something from far flung nations of the world, you certainly won't have to look far.
Portsmouth does a good trade in seafood, with fish dishes rarely far from the menus of pubs and restaurants alike. If you choose to grab a bite to eat overlooking the water in Old Portsmouth, you may even spot the boats that brought in your fresh catch.
It's not just fish that is often locally sourced. Many restaurants in Portsmouth serve meat from Hampshire and the immediate surrounds. Whether it's venison from the New Forest, some South Downs pork or poultry from the Isle of Wight, you'll frequently see provenance popping up on Portsmouth menus. Additionally, the names of local butchers are menu mainstays, with restaurants committing to source their produce locally and support smaller enterprises.
This incredible marina-side venue in Gunwharf Quays is transformed into a little bit of contemporary French culture with authentic heritage colours transforming the space, whilst show-stopping feature chandeliers imported from France offer a real wow factor.
Dive into our menus and you’ll find an inspiring selection of sumptuous dishes that we describe as ‘traditional, with a modern twist! We create our cuisine on the premises and use seasonal, locally sourced ingredients where possible.
A Mediterranean restaurant, Algarve's Grill represents an authentic Portuguese restaurant in the heart of Southsea, featuring classic traditional Portuguese dishes with American style sauces.
Opened in August 1999, Montparnasse is a wonderful restaurant in the heart of Southsea. From the beginning the aim was to bring laid-back fine dining to Portsmouth and Southsea. John Saunders the proprietor has over 30 years experience in the restaurant business and has perfected an attentive yet unobtrusive style of service in a friendly atmosphere.